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.s. ambassador to bahrain. there are two schools of thought about what america should do on egypt. one of them is to stand up and back these protests, and the other is to hold our cards close to our chest because we don't know what will happen. >> the united states should exercise strategic patients. people in the united states are troubled by what they see on violence, and by this however, this is a process that will take a long time to play out. we should hold our fire and encourage the egyptian government to work through state institutions and to support those institutions. to not take steps to undermine them and limit the ability to work through these issues. moment,uggest at the the best course is stability even with the control of the military. >> i don't see that as the choice. but the military has a role to play. this is a pillar of the egyptian state. with the judiciary and the legislature. mohamed morsi neutered the judiciary and the legislative, leaving the military. the choice is between the big states and. it is in our interest and the interest of the friends of egypt to support t
news. anger a year after those miners were shot dead and you're watching bbc world news america. still to come on the program, drones are fundamentally altering the nation of ash nature of combat. ash nature of combat. -- the nature of combat. ecuador isnt of authorizing an expiration in a pristine part of the amazon rain forest. protesters angered by the news gathered in front of the presidential palace to register their discontent. the president says the fault lies with rich nations who reneged on a promise is. our correspondent reports. >> this part of the amazon literally teems with life. a single hectare of the rain forests in netware -- and ecuador contains more tree species than all of north america. it is home to indigenous tribes who shun modern development. .hey may have little choice now this area also sits on top of 20% of ecuador's oil reserves, worth more than $7 billion. the country's president says he has no choice but to cancel a pledge not to drill. sadness, but also with absolute responsibility to our people and history, i have had to take one of the hardest decision
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photographer has spent the last 30 years traveling across america to discover how dr. king is portrayed by artists on the street. this is what he found. >> the images bear witness to their tremendous resilience and tremendous popularity of dr. king. while some of the other figures may fall down the wayside. martin luther king is always present. you had martin luther king very often with nelson mandela and with malcolm x. that was very common in the 90's. in los angeles, the company kept company with people like poncho via or cesar chavez. the first thing was the most amazing one, that was in los angeles and that had to do with martin luther king being painted by a commercial painter, sign painters that had actually never painted a black person before. there were also latinos. sometimes, you could only recognize them because they .rote mlk sometimes i would have to knock on the door of the place and say, who is that on the mural. they would say, that is martin is working. 2009,d that closer to obama begins to appear in the picture. in one picture you have malcolm , andrtin luther king ma
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is kind of this larger, epic, larger than life tale. it's kind of unbelievable. he's one of america's most resilient politicians. and when i talked to people when i first had the idea, when i talked to people about doing the story of marion barry, i was kind of blown away by the passions that the mere mention of his name evoked. people either love marion barry or they really despise him and there was really nothing in the middle there. and i was also really interested to find that those opinions were kind of divided by race. most, 99.9% of the white people that i asked about marion barry really disliked him, very strongly. and the majority of his supporters were african-american. so i thought that was really interesting and really intriguing. another thing that i thought was really important was the relationship between marion barry and the city of washington d.c. the status of washington d.c., of the being a city was with no representation, no vote in the house, no vote in the congress, it's so important to marion barry's story. and it's something that a lot of americans don't know. and i
mother's brother. he was my uncle. and when his mother, my grandmother, died, he was in america. he said, "will you go and sort out her paperwork?" and so in sorting out her paperwork, i came across this which john martin was one of our, i suppose, most famous of the 19th century. he died one year after that was painted in 1852. and this is a study for one of his huge works, possibly the stilling of the oceans or the deluge which is in the tate. so hugely valuable to you not only i imagine financially, but in terms of emotionally to you and your family. absolutely. now how does this come into all of it, this rather, how can i put it, portly chap here? definitely. he was called luigi lablache. he was stewart granger's great-grandfather, my great-great. and he was an italian, and he became an opera singer. don pasquale was written by donizetti in 1843. he performed as don pasquale in paris. it was written for him. it was written for him to be don pasquale. how extraordinary. and he came over to england and he became queen victoria's singing master. yes. really? that's so funny. who would h
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. >> and what immigration has meant to america, among those who say is a proud part of the development and evolution of this country is something that we essentially must cherish and preserve. i'm passionate about. it very divisive. just the fundamental notion of the melting pot, bringing people that have the ambition and drive to better themselves, better their fate, better their children's fate and pay back to the country that welcomes them is fundamental to who i am and i feel it is critical parker does not lose that. >> rose: in the process, not only doing well for themselves but doing well for the country by creating jobs. inventing things and doing a whole range of other things. >> yeah, i think that just cannot be understated. >> rose: so you made your way to the university of illinois at urbana champagne. >> that's right. >> rose: were you there when an creasean was there or not. >> yeah, we overlapped by a couple of years. >> did you know him. >> i certainly knew of him very well. we overlapped a couple of times in a hot dog place that he and i used to frequent. but he worked
of america's most original and influential... depp: the sixties begin with a shot. [ gunshot ] the civil rights movement intensifies. the war in vietnam gets bigger and bldier. man: president johnson, meanwhile, let it be known that the fbi is closely watching all anti-war activity. depp: the youth movement catches fire, making everyone over 30 a cultural enemy. the days of ricky nelson and "leave it to beaver" are over. i have nothing against kissing. but these friends of yours, penny, they want to kiss you all night. depp: the establishment resists, but a genuine counter-culture is growing. for some, psychedelics like lsd open the doors of perception. the doors: ♪ the gate is straight ♪ deep and wide, break on through ♪ depp: a massive cultural earthquake is splitting the country wide open. and out of the crack steps a band called the doors. man: name? robby krieger. age? 22 years old. occupation? guitar. name? john densmore. age? 23. occupation? percussionist. name? raymond daniel manzarek. age? born 2/12/39. occupation? musician, organist. name? uh, jim. occupation? um... depp:
is the number one problem in america. and if you all don't want to deal with that, that's your problem. >> marshall brown, campaign advisor: police brutality was big. you got to remember, most of the police department, their recruits came out of places like west virginia, south carolina, pennsylvania, maryland, they didn't even come from d.c. >> police officer: i tell you, i am actually ashamed that these young people are in my generation. if i were to do some of the stuff these punks are doing out on the street now, my old man would kick my fanny up around my ears. ♪ whoa, oh, oh ♪ whoa, oh, oh, oh-oh ♪ it's a cryin' shame >> i don't consider this riffraff and what-not out here in the streets part of the community. >> no more than three blacks were ever allowed to congregate. and they said, "look, you can't stand on this corner. i don't care if you're holding a conversation with your cousin, move on." >> barry: i'm not concerned about what happens to marion barry because when i go out here, more than likely, i can deal with the police, more than likely. but i'm talkin' about wha
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,000 at auction. all right. however, china's just become the second largest economy after america. the chinese are investing huge sums of money in decorative art, chinese works of art. it's difficult to find large pieces of duan stone carved in this cameo effect. for those reasons, in today's economy, at auction, this would be worth between $7,000 and $10,000. wow! well, i acquired this set of pens from my grandfather, who worked for president johnson as a white house aide for congressional relations, and he was an integral part for getting a lot of these acts passed, and he was given these pens by president johnson. to me, the coolest one is right here, and this is the one that says "public broadcasting act of 19..." sixty-seven. sixty-seven. and if that pen was not used by president johnson, you and i may not be chatting here today. very true. because that's what really got public broadcasting on its feet and going. there's other really important bills that were signed here too throughout the whole thing. as far as an insurance value, anything that's handled or used in any kind of act by a p
off to north america and worked with the native american indians in canada and their designs. and he went back to scotland and started drawing these designs onto plates. and the wooster factory, royal wooster, got very interested in it and bought some of the designs, which they turned into ceramics. and unfortunately, they hoped to make a big display of it and do well, but it was a complete flop. really? yeah. some people liked it, but most people wouldn't buy it. it looks very strange. strange. yeah, yeah. i can understand that. yeah. since his death, his work now has begun to be quite appreciated, but it hasn't yet reached vast prices, so don't get worried that, you know, you have to go home with protection. but i suppose a piece like that is going to be something like around about £300 to 400. oh, that's good. a big improvement, then, on £10. jolly good. i'm a self-confessed cast iron nut. hopefully you are, too. tell me a bit about it. we found it under our house when we were having it renovated, 'cause we having a staircase put in. and the staircase, we cut off halfway through
? >> and now "bbc world news to -- bbcw >> make sense of world news america. >>. opposition groups claim a massive chemical attack killed hundreds of people including children. mubarak could soon be released in jail and put under house and please do not try this at home. -- two-old are put in nine-year-old are in the record books after walking on the wing of the plane. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. today the opposition in theory claims the government of bashar al-assad killed hundreds of people in a chemical attack. photographs online show multiple casualties, including children. the un security council held an the meeting. a warning this report contains disturbing and upsetting images. >> just before don something terrible has happened in a damascus suburb. all the signs of a massive chemical attack. they bring in victim after victim. they are cap for breath. some have convulsions. breath.are cast in for -- gasping for breath. in the hospital it is chaos in the rush to help survivors. tooe are other pictures shocking to show. outside more b
important painting dynasties in america. in 1767, he was sent to london, and one of the patrons who financed peale's trip was a man named john beale bordley, from maryland. and, done in watercolor on ivory, these are bordley's two sons, thomas, age 12, and matthias, age nine. what makes this even more touching is that thomas died in 1771. this is considered one of the best things he ever painted, so if we're talking about relative values, it would probably be somewhere in the range of $50,000 to $75,000. this one is a really intriguing piece. this is the work of a woman artist, initially self-taught. her name is sarah goodridge. she was born in a small town in massachusetts and found her way to gilbert stuart, one of the most important and influential portrait painters of the late 18th and early 19th century. and stuart took her in as a student and mentored her, and this portrait, again on ivory, is of gilbert stuart, painted in 1825, and he said, "this is the only true likeness that has ever been painted of me." and those are actually strands of gilbert stuart and his wife's hair. walberg:
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of security in their country. >> the repercussions of america's drone program. now to a country that was once called the next china because of its huge economic potential. with a large population, strategic location, and date -- and apparently seamless transition from communism, vietnam held great expectations. for the past two decades it held up to those expectations with a spectacular financial boom. but now it is faltering. we have traveled there to find out why. half an bay in vietnam, and the unesco world heritage site of more than 2000 islands. it is what makes this a leading tourist destination and this man a billionaire. it has slowly introduce capitalism into a communist system. although he and some others have gotten rich, he warns the country is in danger of crisis because of the lagging reforms of the state owned firms. vietnamesethe politicians should face it to squarely. things are inefficient and ineffective. ell the properties except -- and accept necessary losses and create a new country. >> co-chairmen, the country's capital, has -- ochi man, the country's capital, has seen
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out, paving the way for the shot to take power. the coup was orchestrated by britain and america. for the first time, the u.s. intelligence community has released documents proving the cia rule -- role in this overthrow. november, 1979. a group of iranian students stormed the u.s. embassy in tehran, taking its staff hostage. these young supporters of ayatollah khomeini did not want history to repeat itself. >> part of the rationale of the students who did that is they were worried that there would be in 1953, andlike they wanted to preempt that. 1953, ciasummer of operatives acted to topple the democratically elected prime minister. failure to resolve the crisis over the oil industry. these historic events shaped the way up both countries -- the way both countries see each other. different ideas of separate episodes as the beginnings of the trouble between our countries. actually,ct is that one is a product of the other. the hostage crisis, although we did not realize it at the time, was a delayed reaction to the 1953 coup. years after the coup, the election of a moderate iranian
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show and good morning america, and featured in top beauty publications like allure, elle, essence and o. and dr. taylor's not just a dermatologist, she's also board certified in internal medicine, so she really takes an inside-out approach to skin health. i was fortunate enough to sit down with the amazing dr. taylor and learn all about our skin and her revolutionary skincare breakthrough. welcome, dr. taylor. girl, you are a phenomenal woman. >> well, thank you. >> i just love it. >> why do you think that skin of color is just so unique? >> well, skin of color is very different from caucasian skin. and the difference really centers around the pigment that we call melanin. that melanin pigment that's in that skin is very reactive. so what that means is that a simple cut, scrape, even an acne pimple can lead to a dark mark. and that could last a very long time. it's a problem that many women of color grapple with. >> so that's what led you to create rx for brown skin. >> that's absolutely right. so many of my patients would say, you know, dr. taylor, all we hear about is anti-aging. all
america's safest hospitals. welcome to you both. thanks so much for coming in. and let's just start with the numbers and try to get a handle on that, because we actually don't have hard numbers. so, let's just put that number in perspective that we hear so much-- this 180,000. it's based on an hhs study of medicare beneficiaries and estimates that harm from medical care contributes to 180,000 deaths a year. all right, so leah, what does that number say to you about the scope of the problem? - it says that the scope of the problem is astronomical, and it's a hidden hazard. it's a leading cause of death in this country, even compared to something like cancer or heart disease. that is a leading cause of death is errors, accidents, and infections in american hospitals. and it's a poorly understood problem, and it's one that people don't know about. and thanks to aarp, i think they're going to hear more about it. - i know that's why the magazine decided to take this on. you really wanted to raise awareness about it. you said consumers really aren't aware--a--of the scope of the problem,
're welcome america. ah! oh my god! no! noooo. great, now you made me kill jimmy kimmel. why don't you all watch this clip of ellen interviewing dennis quaid and be ashamed of yourselves. we had sent dennis quaid over to starbucks ah, here on the warner brothers lot i put an ifb in his ear which did not hurt and uh, we have a hidden camera and he has to say whatever i tell him to say and no one there at starbucks knows that this is happening. he just wandered in, there's a hidden camera and something in his ear and uh, let's see if this works. we didn't rehearse it; we've never done this before. hey dennis? dennis quaid: yes. ellen degeneres: you can hear me then i guess? dennis quaid: yes i can hear you, is my hidden camera working i wonder? ellen degeneres: well, that's not the hidden one. dennis quaid: oh! ellen degeneres: alright. dennis quaid: oh that's right, i can see him too. ellen degeneres: yea. alright, the hidden camera is in your bag, so if it's, if it's not aiming in their direction, i'm going to have to tell you to move it around or. ok? dennis quaid: ok. ellen degeneres: al
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america, in a special region known as the sonoran desert! martin: it's us, the kratt brothers! i'm martin. i'm chris. when you're mountain-biking in the desert, you gotta keep your eyes on the trail. and on the cactus! and on the gila monster! whoa! i don't believe it. a gila monster! he's sunning, getting warmed up for action. chris: he's on the move! let's go. this is the largest lizard in the united states and canada. and one of the only venomous species of lizard in north america. but don't worry, they won't attack you. they're more defensive. martin: and it's okay for us to hang out with him, as long as we give him his space. gila monsters stay hidden in their underground burrows for most of the year. and only come up after summer rains, or in the spring when food is abundant, to find a meal. and he's looking for a meal. this gila monster is searching for a nest. see that tongue tasting, tasting. the gila monster can follow the trail of an animal-- a bird or a mammal-- right to the nest. and when it finds a nest, it'll gobble up everything inside-- eggs and young. chris: and he only
like you. thank you. ♪ wild kratts chris: we're here in north america! martin: down here in the southwest, in a spectacular wildlife habitat known as the sonoran desert. chris: a rough, hot and dry landscape where it can be nice to have horses to help you get around. martin: it's us, the kratt brothers! i'm martin-- chris: i'm chris! and we're looking for rattlesnakes! our horses have taken us out into rattlesnake country. and since horses don't really like finding rattlesnakes, we are gonna take it on foot from here. ♪ hang tight, guys. so, where do you find a rattlesnake? some good places to look-- under a cactus. all clear. or around a pile of rocks. hey, rattlesnake? anybody in here? nope. but sometimes, the best way to find a rattlesnake is just to wander around-- (rattling) until a rattlesnake tells you where he is with his rattle! oh, here he is! a western diamondback rattlesnake! martin: and with that rattle, he's saying, "watch out! i'm here!" so nobody steps on him, nobody bothers him. chris: looks like he's about four feet long, and they get over five feet. s
get it -- america's fastest, most reliable internet takes your entertainment to ridiculous levels. i was streaming videos, movies, music. once i realized how fast it was, that's when i got it. [ male announcer ] and now you can get it too, for just $89.99 a month guaranteed for 2 years, plus your choice of a $300 amazon.com gift card or a $300 visa prepaid card with a 2-year agreement. technology that makes life more entertaining, call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's powerful. at 800.974.6006 tty/v. >> look, cora, golden-brown biscuits. just like me, golden-brown. >> mmm. they look good. >> yeah? >> something smells good. >> these biscuits. >> are those biscuits homemade? >> yes, i went to the store and got a can of them, brought them back to the house, and made them here at the house -- homemade, made here at home. >> i'll take two. >> sure. okay, here you go, right. let's get you this one right there. bam! one, two. and there go your little butter right there for your biscuits. hot, buttered biscuits on your breakfast plate. >> you're so generous, mr. brow
like you. thank you. ♪ wild kratts chris: hey, we're creature adventuring in north america. martin: in a really special wild habitat called the sonoran desert. chris: it's hot and dry and filled with cactus. and us, the kratt brothers! i'm martin. i'm chris, and these are saguaro cactus. they're the kind of cactus that give the sonoran desert its special look. and you know who really loves saguaro cactus? birds. all sorts of birds perch on saguaros. gila woodpecker! whoa-ho! morning dove! cactus wren! ah, and check it out! the saguaros are in bloom. right on the top are beautiful white flowers. and that's what's attracting the birds. the birds are sipping the nectar out of the saguaro flowers. hey, where's the roadrunner? over there! quick! he's the fastest-running bird in north america! we better get a close look at him before he races off! the roadrunner is a bird born to run. oh, everything about him looks fast. he has a long neck and long tail that balance him perfectly over those long legs. and when he runs, he can stretch out like an arrow. when a roadrunner stretches out tho
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31, 1760. right. look how early that is in the history of america with slavery and with freedom and important people. now, is your family in any way well-recognized? could you tell me a little bit about how this bible is very important not just from the slavery component? from what i understand, inside this bible is also accounts of president monroe in here, and it says something about jerome bonaparte in here. and who was jerome bonaparte, may i ask? he married betsy patterson, and his brother, napoleon, had it annulled. is that exciting? i mean, i know it's your family history? to me, i think it's exciting to know it. this is important to the genealogical person. this is important to the person that collects books, and important to the person that is into african-american history. well, i'm very, very excited. years ago, i sold a smaller bible with much less significant slave history, for $4,000. i'm going to fall off a stool. no, please don't fall off a stool. but here's the story. if i sold one maybe seven years ago for $4,000 that had a smidgeon of slave history from the 18
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the league first. is that understood? yes, sir. man: america is a nation of second chances. and no one embodies that concept more than tonight's guest... once viewed as, shall we say, a less-than-admirable member of our society. ( chuckles ) much less, i'm afraid. lex luthor has transformed himself into a respected and admired presidential candidate, and we're delighted to welcome him to "the o'bannon agenda." thank you, phil. but i'm not here tonight as a campaigner, i'm here to talk about something far bigger than mere politics. and that would be? my newest project-- lexor city. a fully-functional urban paradise built for low-income americans in search of the second chance you were just talking about. let's be straight here, lex. there are people out there right now rolling their eyes. they're saying that lex luthor hasn't changed, that he can't be trusted. can't say i blame them. but people can change. take hawkgirl, for instance. - you take her. - ha ha ha. now, phil... - hey, whatcha watching? - shh! my point is, yes, she betrayed the justice league; yes, as a consequence of her a
. ♪ wild kratts! chris: we're here off the coast of south america. martin: in the caribbean sea. both: it's us, the kratt brothers! i'm chris. i'm martin, and swimming in the waters around us is a type of creature who has remained relatively unchanged since the time of the dinosaurs. it has a perfect design for seafaring and sea living. yeah, you know who we're talking about. both: sea turtles! martin: the body design of the sea turtle has been pretty much unchanged for millions of years. it's the same today as it was way back then. chris: that shape and design of the sea turtle has enabled it to survive while all the dinosaurs died out. that's how good it is. but how is it this good? martin: why does it work? let's check out this ultimate sea survivor in action. hey, how about swimming with the sea turtles? ♪ chris: huh... not much here. martin: ah, the grass flats. a turtle. a green sea turtle! whoa, look at him go, flying through the water. a sea turtle can stay underwater for 12 minutes when swimming without coming up for air. he's not letting us get close. chris: he's keeping his s
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